**II.C.2: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man:
Joyce's Typescript Errata for the English Second Edition (1917):
Material Description and Collation: The manuscript consists of 16 loose sheets of paper, watermarked "Excelsior | Superfine | British Make", that are double-spaced typewritten black ink top (original) copies; the versos are blank.
Title: Page  is headed "CORRECTIONS. | A portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. | (B. W. Huelsch [sic]: New York: 1916.) | |(The Egoist Ltd: London: 1916.)".
Measurements: The sheets measure 26.0 x 20.1 cm.
Pagination: Pages – were numbered by the typist in the upper right corner "2."–"16."; p.  is not numbered.
Contents: The manuscript consists of a typescript list of 364 corrections to the first American edition of A Portrait (New York: B.W. Huebsch, 1916; Slocum and Cahoon A11) for the first Egoist Press English edition with English sheets (London: Egoist, 1918; Slocum and Cahoon A13). The errata list is composed of 4 headings from left to right: "Page", "Line", "For" and "Read."
By 10 April 1917, Joyce had also made his own errata list (Yale MS 10.1), which he sent to his agent J.B. Pinker in London, who had the list typed here and Pinker sent this copy to Huebsch at the start of May 1917, together with MS II.C.1.
Dating: This typescript was prepared in April 1917.
Other Markings: "JAMES JOYCE, | Seefeldstrasse 73III | Zurich VIII." was typed below the text on p. [16r]. The verso of p.  is stamped "May 7- 1917" in purple ink, presumably by Huebsch's office when it was received.
Publication: The manuscript has not been reproduced (but see JJA 7.475–490, which is Weaver's copy with further corrections in Joyce's hand: BL MS C.116.c.6).
Notes: For whatever reason, Huebsch did not incorporate these corrections in his third printing of A Portrait (1918) and, therefore, the third English printing (London: Egoist Ltd., 1921), which was again printed with the uncorrected American sheets, was in fact another issue of the first American edition. Peter Spielberg compiled a listing of corrections taken from MSS II.C.1 and C.2 and it appears in his "James Joyce's Errata for American Editors of A Portrait of the Artist," in Joyce's Portrait: Criticisms and Critiques, edited by Thomas Connolly (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1962), pp. 318–328. There are perforations in the upper left and margin of each sheet where, according to Spielberg, the sheets were "held together by gold colored paper fastener," which has since been removed. Each sheet was folded twice horizontally.